Hermes's Production Lines
With twelve production equipment production lines, it can meet your various surface design needs
We have a high-speed slitting-cutting production line and Rotary Shear Cut ToLength Line. The products can achieve 0.3-14mm thickness, a maximum width of 2100 mm, and a maximum speed of 230m/min, which can meet the needs of customers for stainless steel products with different widths and lengths.
Stamped is a metal forming process for producing raised or sunken designs in sheet material by passing throughstamped machine. Metal sheet is drawn throuh the machines dies producing a pattern or desian on the metal sheetDepending on the roller dies used, different patterns can be produced on the metal sheet.
A mirror finish is a type of surface finish on a material that is very smooth and reflective, similar to the appearance of a mirror. It is achieved by polishing the surface of the material until it is extremely smooth and free of any imperfections, such as scratches or dents. Mirror finishes are commonly used on metals such as stainless steel, aluminum, and brass, as well as on some plastics and glass. They are often used in applications where a high level of reflectivity is desired, such as in decorative or architectural elements, automotive parts, and precision optics.
Sandblasted, named Sand Blasted as well, is a quite popular matte finish product, it's the operation of forcibly propelling a stream of abrasive material against the stainless steel surface under high pressure to smooth a rough surface to obtain the matte finish. It is a non-directional finish that is uniformly textured and low gloss.
Embossed finish is processed by concave and convex mold, forming stainless steel under a certain pressure. It'sproduced by rolling the pattern into the sheet. After embossing the stainless steel surface showing a depth of differentpattern and texture, and has the obvious emboss stereo feeling.
PVD Water Plating is a specific type of PVD process that is used to create a durable, high-quality finish on a range of materials, including stainless steel, brass, and aluminum. During the PVD Water Plating process, a vacuum chamber is used to deposit a thin layer of metal onto the surface of the material being plated. The metal is vaporized and then condensed onto the surface of the material, creating a thin, durable layer that is resistant to wear and corrosion.